We are Atlanta Girls' School

We prepare girls for college and beyond. We help each girl develop a deeper sense of self, a firm command of her own voice and the understanding that she is able and impelled to influence change in the world. Come join us

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Virtual Open House

July 14, 2020 at 4:00 p.m.

Students and parents are invited to the most comprehensive look at AGS and how we carry out our mission: Inspiring Girls to Lead Lives of Purpose.

We are still accepting applications for the 2020-2021 school year.
Though the AGS campus currently remains closed, we are remotely staying connected with prospective families and welcome any questions about admission for your girl. Please use the chat button in the corner of any webpage to speak with us directly or to learn more about applying, see our application webpage.

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COVID-19 Updates

In order to stay abreast of the complex and evolving situation in the United States and to exercise best practices in safeguarding our community, Atlanta Girls’ School is remaining in constant communication with governmental and educational organizations. Click below for detailed and up-to-date information on AGS’s response to COVID-19.

COVID-19 Updates

Coronavirus Updates and Information

Coronavirus Updates and Information

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News & Events

To find out more, visit the news and calendar pages.

20th Anniversary Celebration Rescheduled for October 17
Due to current circumstances, we have made the difficult but necessary decision to reschedule our 20th Anniversary...
SMART Girls Camp 2020 – Update
As the world continues to deal with the containment of COVID-19, The Atlanta Girls School and SMART Girls Camp will...
Cheers to AGS’ Basketball Team and Coaches Forte and Brown
Olympian and WNBA Star Candace Parker interviewed members of the AGS basketball team on NBATV on the topic of women in...

Why single-gender education?

The advantages are clear. Research shows that girls who attend single-gender schools achieve an edge in the real world. While learning in an environment where they are supported and nurtured by both their teachers and their peers, girls are comfortable asking questions, sharing their ideas freely, and welcoming others to do the same. They discover more about themselves and become confident and comfortable with taking healthy risks as learners and leaders.

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